Wanted 1925 Graham Wheel Rim Bolts. Posted 01/03/2019.
I am restoring a 1925 Graham Brothers truck, Model CB140, and am looking to purchase new or good second hand rim bolts. I would be grateful if your club could pass on any information as to where I could find some.
1939 Graham Disc Brake upgrade. Posted 05/25/2018.
I have recently restored a 1939 Combo Coupe which came out great, and I love driving the car. Problem is I hate the brakes and want to convert it over to disc to make it safer and allow me to drive it more. I'm looking for other shark nose owners who have either converted their cars to disc brakes and would like to share their experiences, or, want to participate in the search for a solution. If a few of us join forces, it increases our brain and buying power. Thoughts? Input and guidance would be appreciated. Thanks.
1926 Graham Truck - Wooden Body Parts (01/02/2018).
I have just purchased a 1926 Graham truck that came out of a mining operation in Arizona. Mechanically and the steel portion of the body are in excellent condition. The wooden section of the body is gone. I was hoping someone could aid me in finding someone that could reproduce it or possible might had templates or dimensional drawing that I could restore it to original as close as possible . Thank you for your time and look forward to hearing from you.
I'm looking for a '36 or '37 Graham chassis which is located perhaps in the vicinity of the Northwest.
Lee Noga (509) 967-2723
Graham Engine that Needs Identification (11/15/2017).
I have a Graham engine I need to get identified. Think it is 1937. I misplaced my book on serial & engine numbers, thus need your help. Numbers are "D24" & "F600A610T". From the engine number is it possible to determine what model it might have been from?
I’ve been searching for my lost love, “Ruby,” for many years: a 1939 Sharknose in maroon, if only just to know she’s out there. 1990, a fresh restoration at the time, Washington State, Idaho plate C 76 008, seized by the Feds. It was all over marijuana. My, how things have changed! I’ve become an archaeologist in my old age, and a bit of an artifact myself.
There’s no rebate programs for seized property but fate has been very kind, and indeed, it seems as though all I have ever lost, and more, is being restored unto me. Why not Ruby? She used to sing to me!
I am working on a 1926 restoration project and am searching for parts for a Continental Model 6B 6-cylinder engine. I am specifically in need of connecting rods and the adjustable valve tappet assemblies. I am an interested buyer in these parts, a partial engine, or a complete engine.
If you have any information of a potential source, or can share my information I would appreciate it greatly.